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Beedie PhD Simon Pek wins prestigious Doctoral Student Paper Award

Mar 23, 2015

A research paper by Beedie School of Business PhD student Simon Pek has received the Best Doctoral Student Paper Award at the 56th annual Western Academy of Management Conference.

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Jessica Gutierrez (centre) is presented the Dean's Student Service Award by Blaize Horner Reich, Dean of the Beedie School of Business, and Beedie Ambassador Loretta Yang.

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Beedie School of Business undergraduate student Jessica Gutierrez has been honoured with the 2014 Dean’s Student Service Award for her exceptional contribution to the Beedie community through extra-curricular participation in student initiatives.

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Net impact

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Western Canada’s most sustainability-conscious MBA students will return to the Beedie School of Business in April to compete in the second annual SFU Net Impact Sustainability Case Competition.

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Vancouver, BC Canada

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The following article about a new report prepared for B.C.’s Financial Institutions Commission by Beedie School of Business PhD student Mingxin Li was published by CBC  News on March 11, 2015.

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Beedie undergraduates Alex Mason and Mthabisi Mhlanga will travel to Dubai to represent Canada after winning the National stage of the 2015 KPMG Ace the Case competition. From left to right: Mthabisi Mhlanga, team member Kathy Huang, team member Kimberly Chang, Alex Mason, Kate Vondette, KPMG Manager of Talent Acquisition, Sarah Patterson, KPMG Talent Attraction Coordinator, and KPMG Staff Accountant Brandon Tracey.

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Beedie School of Business undergraduate students Alex Mason and Mthabisi Mhlanga will take to the international stage to represent Canada in the KPMG International Case Competition.

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The Beedie PRMIA Risk Management Challenge team. From left to right: Steven Li, Alexander Golikov, and Alvin Li.

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Beedie School of Business undergraduate students Alvin Li, Steven Li, and Alexander Golikov fought off strong competition from a field consisting largely of Masters- and PhD-level students to net first place at the prestigious PRMIA Risk Management Challenge.

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The Beedie School of Business PVCC 2015 team with guest speaker Vikram Vij. From left to right: Vikram Vij, Maria Villaseñor, Denis Zaryanov, Vlad Manchash. Seated: Michael Dyatchenko.

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A team of Beedie School of Business students saw off stiff competition from top business schools from across the globe to take home the gold medal in the Venture Capital Competition at the seventh annual Pacific Venture Capital Conference and Competition.

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MBA students at Simon Fraser University’s Beedie School of Business can now fast track their way to a career in management consultancy thanks to a new partnership with the Canadian Association of Management Consultants (CMC-Canada).

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Opportunity Fest is the Beedie School of Business’ annual marketplace-style showcase of student creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation.

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Students from across Simon Fraser University will step under the spotlight to demonstrate their talents as entrepreneurs and innovators at the fifth annual Opportunity Fest.

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Beedie undergraduate student Lauren Watkins is a member of the 2015 Next 36 cohort.

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Beedie School of Business undergraduate student Lauren Watkins’ student experience has taken her to many exciting places – including internships at home with the Vancouver Canucks and further afield in China – and she now intends to leverage her latest achievement to solve a pressing social issue.

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Sharan Burrow, General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation, delivered the keynote speech at the Centre for Corporate Governance and Risk Management event, Building a Low Carbon Economy: the Role of Investors.

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Building a carbon neutral world is a necessity, but will require compromise, hard work, innovation, and foresight from the global business community – and at present not enough is being done to mitigate the effects of climate change, particularly within the investment sector.

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